The visitors, who sit in eighth place, will be looking to extend their current unbeaten league run to 15 matches.
For the fifth time in the last seven seasons, Kasimpasa are trying to finish the campaign in the top half of the Super Lig table.
With Sunday's hosts currently in 10th position, they are on course to achieve that goal, but a place in the top 10 is far from a foregone conclusion.
Kasimpasa have a number of teams hot on their tails, but rather than looking over their shoulder, they may be hoping to move up a place or two before the season draws to a close.
They head into the penultimate matchday in impressive form after winning seven of their previous nine matches, including a 3-1 victory over Sivasspor last weekend.
On that occasion, goals from Eren Elmali, Valentin Eysseric and Umut Bozok helped Kasimpasa claim all three points, and they will now turn their attention to Sunday's contest where they have the opportunity to claim consecutive victories.
As for the visitors, they are also enjoying a positive run of results in the second half of the season after avoiding defeat in their last 14 matches.
Like their hosts, Antalyaspor were also on the winning side of their most recent contest, with Nuri Sahin overseeing a 3-2 victory against Konyaspor last Monday.
The encounter got off to an action-packed start with both teams scoring two goals in the opening 16 minutes before Haji Wright dispatched a spot kick in the second half to guide his side to all three points.
As a result of that win, the visitors enter Sunday's encounter in eighth position, and they enjoy a five-point cushion over their hosts.
Although a top-four finish would require a miracle, Sahin will be hoping that his side can pick up a couple of positive results in their final two matches to move up the league table.
Despite coming off the bench to score Kasimpasa's third goal against Sivasspor, Bozok may have to settle for a place among the substitutes.
Fedor Kudryashov returned to the starting XI against Konyaspor and the defender is expected to keep his place in the side, with Sahin set to name an unchanged lineup.
The away side's main goal threat will come from Wright, who has scored in each of Antalyaspor's last six matches.
Kasimpasa possible starting lineup:
Canpolat; Hadergjonaj, Donk, Bruma, Elmali; Fall, Hajradinovic, Aabid, Eysseric, Mabil; Muleka
Antalyaspor possible starting lineup:
Boffin; Balci, Sari, Kudryashov, Vural; Fredy, Fernando; Ndao, Adriano, Sinik; Wright
We say: Kasimpasa 1-1 Antalyaspor
The last three meetings between the sides have ended all square, and with both teams in fine form, we think that it may be difficult to separate Kasimpasa and Antalyaspor on Sunday.
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